5.7 vortec bucks once on let off of gas.

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Asked by May 30, 2015 at 12:17 PM about the 1998 GMC Sierra C/K 1500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 98 gmc k1500 with 5.7 vortec motor. when I am at steady cruising speed (say 70) and gently let off the accelerator it bucks one time. I was told on here it was my pinion so I just replace my 10 bolt with a 9.5 14 bolt my ujoints are new. IT still does it... It only does it if I let off slowly and only on deceleration. No bucking or slipping at any other time I have cleaned the MAF the IAC it shifts good it down shifts good. No check engine light on no engine code.

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Still doing it. I just put a new distributor in it. its a drive line CLUNK when I let off and it happens at just the point where there is no more power applied. It bucks/clunks once and that it till I let off again. Nobody has this issue but me?

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i have the same issues if you get it fix shoot me a line,i have just about replaced the truck with parts

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